Today the company from Veneto presented a preview of the FS 7.32 Compact, the first of the new FS range of Faresin Industries telehandlers.
Faresin has chosen to do so broadcasting in “Closed Room” mode from a hangar at the Breganze plant. A minimalist yet high-tech live video, entirely focused on the technical and functional contents of the new product.
A multi-voiced story that saw as its protagonist the FS project team led by the President Sante Faresin and by his daughters Silvia and Giulia, respectively Vice President and Operations Manager of Faresin Industries.
A true paradigm shift with an eye to the future, because the range was created ready for the integration of new developments in "IoT" technology, which is becoming increasingly strategic for fleet management and man-machine interaction on farms and construction sites.
FS 7.32 Compact was designed from scratch to respond to the evolution of demand and to the growing environmental awareness in all sectors. A true "systemic" response that brings FS 7.32 Compact to the top of its sector as it impacts on all the main functions of the machine, focusing on the operator, the connection between the vehicle, its management and functional and assistance control.
The FS 7.32 Compact project is the result of 20 years of experience in the telescopic sector and relies on an industrial system where Research and Development, Production and Marketing-Commercial work in a single integrated process that puts the customer at the centre of everything.
All the structural components of the new machine, including the sophisticated software that manages the integrated sensors, were in fact designed, tested and manufactured at the Breganze plant.
A Made in Faresin technology that is revolutionising the sector and that has already attracted global attention with the introduction of the first fully electric handler worldwide.
The new FS 7.32 Compact will be presented to the general public at Eima International in Bologna, where visitors will be able to learn more about this technological gem first-hand.